Indications Of Covance-d Tablets

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Verwon Says:

Covance-D contains 12.5mgs of Hydochlorothiazide and 50mgs of Losartan, it is commonly used to help lower high blood pressure.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache.

You can read more here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Hyzaar/­

Do you have any questions?

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Ranjan Says:

4 years back heart block was identified which was manageable by medication. I have been suffering from high blood sugar for about 20 years and managing with oral drugs. For last 4/5 months my SYS BP remained in the range of 170and DIA fell down to 65/70. Doctor advised me to continue COVANCE D in the morning and COVANCE 50 in the evening. I was using CILACAR 10 in the morning which is also advised to take two t imes a day. A new medicine MINIPRESS XL one tablet in the mrning is added to my drug list.

Now my SYS BP came down to 140 and DIA-BP came down to 45/50. Should I reduce Covance D to one time daily? Please advise.

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